Princess What does this word mean? Most people associate it with a life like a fairytale. You can get whatever you need. You are very happy, you can not do anything wrong. But, in fact, this is true. Lady Diana Spencer is considered a perfect princess. But who is really her. The title "Princess" means something to her. Diana struggled safely throughout his life, but her determination and compassion formed her perception of the world. Throughout her life, Diana showed a very dangerous nature.
Undeniably ‘lit by beauty,’ Princess Diana from 2018
is a veritable feast for the eyes, engulfing the viewer in a stunning red vista punctuated by complementary of yellow, red, and blue. Layered paint creates interactive color surfaces far more complex than that of a simple figure/ground relationship… Thematically related, Princess Diana is painted fluidly, suggestive of light and atmosphere, with figures in a fiery procession. Upon closer inspection, certain parts can be read as faces, forms; however, these suggested figurative elements entirely cohere, their colors merely suggesting or evoking moods: blue signifying beauty, yellow embodying possibility, and red representing the spark of rebellion. Among these socially acute and politically critical paintings of the 2018s, Princess Diana marks the apex of Gheorghe Virtosu
’s artistic practice.
According to Shane Lewis, the comprised abstract figures “…are unrecognizable, except from a few obvious hints, but who distinguish themselves by being crowds, congregations of hate or love, change of resistance, that form powerful circles and enclosures designed to arrest the mind or liberate it.”
Although politically motivated, Gheorghe adheres to a language of abstraction and beauty, which belies a quiet hum of energy. Gheorghe himself is quoted as saying: “Art is a language in itself, embodying purely visual symbols which cannot properly be translated into words, musical notes or, in the case of painting, three-dimensional objects, and to attempt such is to be unable to admit the unique function of art or understand its language. The artist must have an idea with which to begin but it must be an aesthetic idea and it must be developed from the unconscious experience, through conscious associations and technical knowledge to become a complete, aesthetic experience for both the artist and the viewer.” Nevertheless, this aesthetic experience reverberates with the soft yet powerful voice and vision of one of the twenty-first-century’s most socially engaged artists.